Pineapple Bratwurst Seasoning

  • Pineapple Bratwurst Seasoning from Excalibur
  • Nutritional Label

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Buy 25 or above and pay only $7.99 each

Availability: Ships Same Business Day
Shipping Weight:
0.60 LBS
Ship Dims:
4.75 x 0.50 x 4.00 (in)
Salt, Spices (Including Celery Seed), Fructose, Dextrose, Natural Pineapple Flavor (Propylene Glycol, Natural Flavor, Ethyl Alcohol, Triethyl Citrate).
Use 0.5625 lb of seasoning to 25 lbs of meat.


Pineapple Bratwurst Seasoning

Excalibur Seasoning

A sweet and fruity twist on the traditional bratwurst. You can add up to 2 lbs of dehydrated pineapples to give it some extra sweetness! You can use fresh pineapples if you are planning on making a fresh product as well, just make sure to blanch them first. Cut them up and add them and some ham to a pizza for a tasty Hawaiian treat!


  • 0.5625
  • Add up to 2 lbs of dehydrated pinapples
  • Seasons 25 lb of meat

View our full Seasonings Conversion Chart to measure out smaller 1 lb or 5 lb batches with other seasonings.

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